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January 27th,

Dear Mr. Seligmann,

I will be very glad to have you see my few pictures, as you desire, and if you will telephone in advance almost any time during the day will be convenient. I shall hope to see you but should I be out, my maid will be willing and able to show you anything.

Yours very sincerely,
[[signed]]Mabel Choate[[/signed]]

Mr. Georges E. Seligmann.

[[handwritten]]Rh 42443[[/handwritten]]
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